In the competitive world, employers look for soft skills rather than hard skills in their candidates. It is easy to teach hard skills, but it is next to impossible to teach soft skills.

Candidates with good soft skills tend to get promoted gradually. They can get along with the team they work with; they can adapt to changes at the workplace and in the market.

I have noted down some differences between hard skills and soft skills. These differences will help you understand the importance of soft skills and their implementation.

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Mr. Amol Dixit – Employability skills, Life Skills, Soft skills and Corporate Trainer

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